The IEBC has asked that the first three rows of the two terraces be made available for the presidential candidates' families. As a result, Bomas will shortly be visited by Ruto, Odinga, Wajackoyah, and Mwaure.
It has been revealed that IEBC has requested the first three rows to be cleared on two sections of terraces to accommodate presidential candidates and their families.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) chairman, Wafula Chebukati, was scheduled to make the results of the presidential election official on Monday. Security was tightened at the Bomas of Kenya and other important locations throughout Nairobi and the nation before to the announcement.
263 of 291 constituencies had been certified as of 7 a.m. on Monday. If the verification is finished on time, Chebukati might announce the results on Monday, according to commission insiders.
This decision is time-dependent because Chebukati stated, "I will only announce the findings throughout the day."
Kenyans went to the polls six days ago, and the results are now in. The Bomas of Kenya situation has been updated by journalists, and the citizens are anxious to find out who will be the fifth president.
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